Community-Based Offerings

This page serves for placement of information from community-based programs such as scouting, YMCA camps, Capital Area District Library offerings, the annual Coats for Kids drive, and many more.

All information is reviewed by the superintendent’s office before posting. Submit your information for posting.

Mason Soccer Club has open registration for athletes entering Kindergarten through 8th grade.

Mason Soccer Club Registration Flyer

Building Twentyone offers enrichment programs, events and activities for students in 6- 12 grade. Students must be a registered member in order to sign up for programs, online registration is available. Once registered, members can access the open space, get help with homework, receive free items and enroll in enrichment programs.  Building Twentyone also offers Friday Night Live activities, which are open to non-members. 

Girls on the Run for 3rd through 5th grade girls.  Practice is 4-5:30pm Monday and Wednesday at North Aurelius.  Transportation from Steele and Alaiedon to North Aurelius is available.

Good News Club Registration.     

Lansing Roller Derby   
LCC Afterschool Youth Classes take place at Mason Public Schools. Classes are offered throughout the year.

MSU Community Music School Children and Youth Choirs

Impression 5 Science Center offers a variety of workshops and events, including Sensory Friendly Hours, Lego Palooza and Make It! Innovative ThinkTank Workshops.   

Capital Area District Libraries - Summer Reading Challenge runs June 1 through August 3.  Preregistration begins May 15, 2024.   
MSU Youth Sports Camps  - There are still openings for the Michigan State Women's Basketball Skills Camp.  Camp is held 8:30am-4:00pm every day and lunch is provided.   

Mason United Methodist Church is hosting a School's Out Drive-Thru Celebration on Thursday, June 6, 12:15pm-1:15pm.  Enter on S. Rogers St.  Free Ice cream for all students.